Glendale Adventist Medical Center

Roseville, CA   |  www.AdventistHealth.org/Glendale

Mission

Living Gods love by inspiring health, wholeness and hope.

Ruling year info

1996

Principal Officer

Issai Alice

Main address

1 Adventist Health Way

Roseville, CA 95661

EIN

95-1816017

NTEE code info

Hospital (General) (E22)

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Glendale Adventist Medical Center (AHGL) provides quality medical health care regardless of race, creed, sex, national origin, handicap, age, or ability to pay.Although reimbursement for services rendered is critical to the operation and stability Glendale Adventist Medical Center, the organization recognizes that not all individuals possess the ability to pay for essential medical services.Adventist Healths vision is to enhance the health of the communities where we live and serve, by engaging our communities and our patients in a new definition of and partnership for personal community health. In keeping with this commitment to serve all members of the community, the following will be considered when individuals who need health care cannot pay:providing free care and/or subsidized careproviding care to persons covered by governmental programs at below costproviding health/wellness activities and community education programsNot only does Glendale Adventist Medical Center provide low cost care to individuals covered by government-programs and those unable to afford healthcare, it also helps patients find and access private and governmental resources for healthcare benefits.AHGL recognizes below-cost reimbursement as charity and uncompensated care in meeting its mission to the entire community. The unreimbursed cost of providing care to these patients in 2019 was $40,023,146.The following Inpatient services that were provided to all our patients. These services included:1,560 Babies delivered3,504 Surgeries performed95,227 Patient days The following Outpatient services that were provided to all our patients. These services included:61,830 Emergency department visits3,496 Outpatient Surgeries performed137,498 Outpatient visits 127,281 Clinic visitsAHGL recognizes it has an obligation to provide human services above and beyond its role as a healing facility. The following community benefits demonstrate the tangible ways in which the organization is fulfilling its mission. The total unreimbursed cost of these community benefits in 2019 was $25,734,664.Adventist Healths mission statement of Living Gods love by inspiring health, wholeness and hope is coupled with a vision to transform the health experience of our communities through collaborative programs, community investments and community outreach. We are inspired by the healing ministry as represented by the life of Jesus Christ and believe we are called to live out our mission intentionally in the communities we serve. In the small towns, suburbs and inner cities we serve, we continue our journey to provide quality healthcare until every person made in Gods image has experienced the best health today, hope for tomorrow, and Gods love that endures forever.As an illustration of how Adventist Health Glendale impacts our community, let us share a story about how our designation as a STEMI (heart attack) receiving center allows us to provide quality care for our community: Jacob Nalbandyn is 34 years old, in good physical shape, exercises regularly, eats healthy and leads what he describes as an average lifestyle. At his age, you wouldn't expect Jacob to have a heart attack. Thats also what he thought. I was having lunch, and all of a sudden I felt discomfort in my chest, sort of weird, recalls Nalbandyan, married and the father of two young children. The Glendale resident and attorney was in San Diego that day on business. But it was a heart attack and Jacob is quick to credit Adventist Health Glendale emergency medicine physician Dr. Anthony Cardillo and interventional cardiologist Dr. Amir Sadrzadeh Rafie, along with the hospitals ER and cardiology teams, for saving his life. The pain wasnt excruciating, it was just discomfort in my chest, Jacob adds. For a classic heart attack, you think of going to your knees, gasping for breath. It might be indigestion, might be heartburn. I thought, lets get back home to Glendale and see what happens. If I feel worse, Ill go to the ER. In retrospect, Jacob shudders at his decision to drive himself back to Glendale. "I was foolish," he says. Fortunately, he made the trip without further incident and arrived home safely. But when he was still feeling a tightness in his chest and asked his wife Armine what she thought, her response was immediate: Grab your things and get to the ER. Since joining the hospitals ER team 13 years ago, Dr. Cardillo has attended to thousands of patients with chest pains. Despite the patient's age and the fact that he didn't have any cardiovascular risk factors, and with a near normal ECG when he arrived in the ER, Dr. Cardillo astutely diagnosed Jacob with a heart attack. Jacob had suffered, in medical terms, a STEMI (ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction). This is a very serious type of heart attack when at least one of the major coronary arteries that supplies blood to the heart is completely blocked. He was transferred immediately to the hospitals Cath Lab, Dr. Rafie and his team performed successful balloon angioplasty and stenting of Jacob's blocked coronary arteries. The hour-long procedure reopened blood flow to portions of the heart that were restricted. According to Dr. Rafie, there was 100 percent occlusion of one of the major coronary arteries. Jacob also had blockage of the left anterior descending (LAD) artery, known among cardiologists as a widow-maker, and at any moment he could be struck with another attack. The following afternoon, Jacob was discharged from the hospital to go home. To experience a massive heart attack, get that taken care of with four stents, and be checked out the next day like nothing had happened, it was incredible, Jacob adds. This entire experience was life-changing in many ways. Even within my circle of friends, there was like a shockwave. Everyone was in disbelief. Clearly, I owe everything to Dr. Cardillo. Dr. Rafie and the Adventist hospital staff. Jacob wants to share his story to help educate others. If this happens to you, dont be as foolish as I was, he says emphatically. I was lucky on a number of occasions that same day. It was like I hit the Lotto four times in a row!Compassionate, high-quality patient care; life-saving and life-preserving medical and surgical services; advanced treatments in a community-based hospital; essential emergency services-these are the reasons we are in the Glendale community.Websites for our community benefit information: https://www.adventisthealth.org/about-us/community-benefit/

Expenses
$395,874,409
Revenue
$465,792,356

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